Effectiveness of the Multi-Dimensional Individual Counseling Intervention Model to Common Psychological Problems for Non-Clinical Sample (Ali Eryılmaz)

Volume 7- Issue 1
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This study aims to investigate the effectiveness of the multi-dimensional intervention model for common problems in the individual psychological counseling process. This study has a mixed nature. In the quantitative aspect of the study; the study was conducted with an experimental design in the form of a single group pre-test, post-test and follow-up test. There were two groups in the study; the individuals who applied the psychological counseling process and the individuals who received counseling help. The psychological counseling process with these individuals has been carried out. Counselors' ages range varied from 22 to 26. The clients are all feminine. Counselors conducted the psychological counseling process in ten sessions, one session per week and 90 minutes. The study was thus conducted with 12 clients. The ages of the individuals involved in the study are between 19 and 55 years. The average age is 25.25 and the standard deviation is 10.32. Four of the clients are male and eight of them are female. Beck Depression and Trait Anxiety scales were used in the study. According to research findings, it was found that the levels of anxiety and depression were decreased at the end of experimental period. It was also found that similar patterns continued as a result of follow-up studies. The qualitative findings of the study also showed that the clients were gained awareness, and also they solved their problems.


  • Intervention
  • individual counseling
  • model
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